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Video credit: Skycure – iOS SSL Certificate Parsing Bug Uncovered by Skycure shows that any vulnerable iOS device can be rendered useless by making it reboot endlessly. Wi-Fi Attack Breaks iPhones By Locking Them Into an Endless Loop BY MAX EDDY  Researchers from Skycure demonstrated a novel attack at the RSA 2015 conference that affects iPhones and other iOS devices. The attack, which takes advantage of new and previously announced vulnerabilities, locks iPhones into a never-ending reboot cycle effectively rendering them useless. Developing...

IMAGE: latesthackingnews.com Biggest data breaches 2014 In 2014, cybersecurity went mainstream. It was a year when high-profile stories, such as Heartbleed, Target’s data breach, the nude celebrity photos hack, and Sony’s massive cyberattack, dominated headlines. It was also the year of the data breach. In fact, three of the eight largest breaches since...

(image credit: pelfusion) Russian malware called SoakSoak has infected over 100,000 WordPress sites A Russian malware called SoakSoak has infected over 100,000 WordPress sites since this Sunday, turning blogs into attack platforms. It’s a potential shitshow, and it could’ve been prevented earlier this fall. Google has already blocked 11,000 domains...

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS Sony Hack: Hackers leak Sony Passwords, SSN and Salaries The cyber attack against Sony Pictures continues to be a major problem for the company. For one, it looks like the hackers used malware called Destover (which security firms believe could have been created in Korea) that can completely disable hard drives, rendering computers useless....

  Securing WordPress: Step-by-Step Guide WordPress is a very secure Open-source CMS. WordPress has a large community that works together to find solutions and security updates quickly when a vulnerability is found. Even though it is a very secure CMS there is still some procedures you should follow to strengthen your WordPress installation. The Basics: Update Often:...